TD. Kumar


Think and Design your Destiny


Think and Design your Destiny

Submitted: Monday, December 16, 2013
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Think and Design your Destiny

Think and design your destiny
Rescript your life, shaping your response and responsibility
Repeated thought leads to belief which, if repeated, is source of action, action repeated becomes habits
Habits make character which rescripts your life and design your destiny.

Good news is that you can master your destiny by changing your thought
You can certainly choose your experience, interpretation and response 100%; belief or not!
But why do we surrender to a script written by Genes, gods and ‘Karmic’ seeds
Circumstances, personal limitations or early unconscious creeds

It’s because we believe so in bound in unreal chains
We can erase the negative and have the positive reins
Of thought, belief, action, habit and character
Responsibility is our right and duty, power and freedom not burden or pain.

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